| Ane Carmen Stuve Roggen|
16 September 1978 (age 37)
Soprano, Conductor, Arranger and Journalist
Benedikte Shetelig Kruse, Pitsj, Anja Eline Skybakmoen, Live Maria Roggen, Tora Augestad
Ane Carmen Stuve Roggen (born 16 September 1978 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian Soprano singer, Conductor, Arranger and Journalist, and is the younger sister of Jazz singer Live Maria Roggen and twin sister of Jazz singer Ida Roggen.
Ane Carmen Roggen Wikipedia
Roggen attended the Music program at Foss videregaende skole where she earned her Examen artium in 1994. She holds a Master's degree in Musicology at the University of Oslo, with the thesis Wayfaring voices : discursions into black vocal style in a Norwegian context (2008). She also attended studies at CUNY Graduate Center, New York and Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico (2000-01).
Roggen is producer at Rikskonsertene, and was well known in Norway when she within the vocal group Pitsj, recorded the album Pitsj (2006) at the sudios of The Real Group, followed of participation in the competition «Kjempesjansen» at NRK together with Tora Augestad, Anine Kruse, Benedikte Kruse and her twin sister Ida. Roggen joined the vocal group «Quattro Stagioni» at the album Nowell Sing We (2004) followed by a Christmas show in 2006.Roggen, Ane Carmen Stuve (2008-11-03). "Wayfaring voices : discursions into black vocal style in a Norwegian context". Oslo: University of Oslo, Institute of Musicology, Master thesis, Supervisor: Stan Hawkins: 1–139.
2006: Pitsj (Grappa Music)
2008: Edvard Grieg in jazz mood (Universal Music), with Kjell Karlsen ("I Dovregubbens hall")
2009: Gjenfortellinger (Grappa Music)
2014: Snow Is Falling (Grappa Music)
With Lars Klevstrand
2004: Nomadesongar (Grappa Music)
With «Quattro Stagioni»
2004: Nowell Sing We (Pro Musica)